16 Facts About Marvels


Marvels is a four-issue miniseries comic book written by Kurt Busiek, painted by Alex Ross and edited by Marcus McLaurin.

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Marvels won multiple awards and established the careers of Busiek and Ross, who would both return to the "everyday life in a superhero universe" theme in the Image Comics series, Astro City.

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Marvels was a four-issue miniseries by writer Kurt Busiek, with painted art by Alex Ross and editing by Marcus McLaurin.

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Marvels'sldon is more confused than Jameson by the spectacle and, worried, seeks the support of his fiancee, Doris Jacquet.

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Marvels'sldon, feeling it would be irresponsible for him to raise children in a world where these Marvels run rampant, breaks off his engagement with Doris.

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Marvels'sldon becomes a war correspondent in Europe, reporting on the Allied Forces and the Marvels as they combat the Nazis.

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Marvels'sldon is excited by recent news of the return of Captain America, a hero from his youth, but the public has begun to fear mutants, especially the mutant team known as The X-Men.

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Marvels'sldon sees the importance of hiding this girl, but is worried for his family.

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Marvels'sldon resolves to investigate the murder and clear Spider-Man's name.

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Gwen's admiration and trust in the Marvels gives Sheldon a sudden insight: the purpose of the Marvels is to protect innocents like Gwen.

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Marvels follows the Goblin to the Brooklyn Bridge and a confrontation with Spider-Man.

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In 1995, Marvels was compiled into a trade paperback that featured the Human Torch short story .

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Marvels makes an appearance in the last page of the epilogue in the Kingdom Come trade paperback.

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Marvels is seated next to the Spectre in his civilian guise of Jim Corrigan and Norman McCay.

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Marvels is reminded that "Phil is covering the Tony Stark trial".

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Marvels takes a picture of Iron Man, Silver Surfer, and Galactus after Silver Surfer convinces Galactus not to devour the Earth.

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